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May 2017

 

UJ honours pioneering HIV/Aids expert, Quarraisha Abdool Karim with an honorary doctoral degree

April 2017

 

CAPRISA organizes Durban chapter of the international March for Science

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ICMR-SAMRC meeting on research capacity strengthening

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Recognition for outstanding contribution to medicine

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CAP 256 team visits VRC

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CAPRISA labs scoops Best Laboratory performance award

March 2017

 

Inclusion of adolescents and pregnant women in HIV prevention research

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UNAIDS international goodwill ambassador visits CAPRISA

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In memory of Ahmed Kathrada

February 2017

 

Fake news: A new threat to the fight against AIDS

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Genital-systemic chemokine gradients and risk of HIV in women

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Passionate about HIV vaccine research

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A new grant to study vaginal insertion practices

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Accolade for CAPRISA’s Research Pharmacist

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Role of interferon exposure in acquisition of HIV

January 2017

 

New CAPRISA antibody identifies a novel vaccine target

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Quarraisha featured in The Financial Times Women of 2016

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New CAPRISA Thuthuka grant awards

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PhD Graduates Dr Jinal Bhiman and Dr Kurt Wibmer

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M.I.T. students at CAPRISA for the day

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Infectious disease expert at the helm of the CIDRZ

Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa

CAPRISA was created in 2001 and formally established in 2002 under the NIH-funded Comprehensive International Program of Research on AIDS (CIPRA) by five partner institutions; University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Cape Town, University of Western Cape, National Institute for Communicable Diseases, and Columbia University in New York. CAPRISA is a designated UNAIDS Collaborating Centre for HIV Prevention Research. The main goal of CAPRISA is to undertake globally relevant and locally responsive research that contributes to understanding HIV pathogenesis, prevention and epidemiology as well as the links between tuberculosis and AIDS care.